Kenya power invests sh1.5B on upgrade projects that may Give Western Kenya Stable Supply

Business owners and manufactures in the wider Western and South Nyanza region will begin having stable power by the end of the year, after Kenya Power completes construction of sub stations in the region.

KPLC says it will cost 1.5 billion shillings to complete the power upgrade projects, which includes repair works on existing substations and distribution lines, installation of additional transformers in Kisumu South, Chemelil, Muhoroni, Sibembe and Bukembe substations, in order to cope with growing power demand Industries in western have often have to rely on generators, pushing up their cost of power

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